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This week in science (Jan. 25 – Feb. 1)

By | Claire Roth Climate – When we became the climate changers When it comes to conversations surrounding climate change, there seems to be more agreeing to disagree than flat-out agreement. It’s a strange phenomenon for a topic having to

WRRAP up some school supplies

By | Kelly Bessum School can be a mental and monetary struggle, but doing your part to reduce waste on campus doesn’t have to be. If you haven’t yet happened upon it, WRRAP is Humboldt State’s student-run Waste Reduction and

Pruitt to head US Environmental Protection Agency

By | Bryan Donoghue President Donald J. Trump and his administration have selected the Oklahoma Attorney General Edward Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This action could disrupt former President Barack Obama’s efforts to combat climate change and

A stormy start to the year

January rainfall on track to double the average By | Alexander Badger After one of the rainiest fall seasons in Humboldt County history, students returned to the new semester to yet another storm. The storm was strong enough to knock

Jacked up

Losing Headphones and the Headphone Jack By | Liam Olson Headphones are an essential for every college student, and it is the worst when you lose them. Without them, you would not be able to listen to music while doing

Junior environmental science major Andie White, works out at the Student Recreation Center while wearing athletic clothing in her favorite color, blue. | Alexandria Hasenstab

Getting swol in style

HSU students sport fashionable workout gear By | Alexandria Hasenstab Humboldt State is not known as one of the most fashion-forward universities out there. However, if you’re looking for current fashion trends around campus, you might want to check out

A “Taboo” to talk about

By | Liam Olson First impressions are important when it comes to a new television series. “Taboo” is a new program produced by FX and BBC One that gives a great first impressions in their first episode, “Shovels and Keys.”

The Lighthouse Grill: a review

The Lighthouse Grill By: Bryan Donoghue If you find yourself getting hungry after a long day of wandering through Trinidad and are looking for something that hits the spot, consider setting your sights on The Lighthouse Grill. The Lighthouse Grill’s

Freshman student, senior player: Tyra Turner

By | Curran Daly Twenty minutes before practice, freshman guard Tyra Turner dribbles alone. This is a common sight for her teammates who have seen her come in as a freshman and immediately become a major asset for the team.

Editorial: Politically vocal on the local level

By | The Lumberjack Editorial Board Civic engagement doesn’t just end with the presidential election. ‘We the people’ have a duty to stay engaged in politics year round. The beautiful thing about a democracy is the citizens somewhat have a voice.

Letters from Pelican Bay

By | Tania Mejia Last week, Humboldt County joined the Women’s March movement and marched in solidarity for women’s rights and related causes at the largest protest in our nation’s history. Not only was this a historical day for our country,

What is ‘Greatness’ Measured in?

In Defense of Resistance By | Joe DeVoogd It was a bleak and cold morning in Washington DC on January 21st, 2017.  The world watched the day before in trepidation as the US swore in a brash billionaire to the highest

Who Knew? at HSU: HSU Marine Laboratory

In this installment of Who Knew at HSU, we take an inside look at the Humboldt State University Marine Laboratory in Trinidad, Calif.  The lab is used for research in marine biology, fisheries and wildlife. It is also open for